HMM 11 – 04 – 22
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with Mark Dunlea talking with Scott Kellogg of the Radix Center about their upcoming volunteer food-tree planting.
Then, Brea Barthel brings us a story about RISSE which has expanded their refugee services.
Later on, Moses Nagel gets the scoop on the Town of Bethlehem’s proposal to preserve historic farmland. He spoke with a member of Save Bethlehem’s Farmland and Open Space about Proposition 2.
After that, Marsha Lazarus gives us a look into the Halloween performance of “Whispering Bones: An Evening of Ghost Stories.”
Finally, Andrea Cunliffe speaks with co-founder of Salon Séance, historian Simon Lee, about the performance coming to the Sanctuary.